What is Communications?

Communications surrounds us through journalism, business, public relations, marketing, news broadcasting, intercultural communications, education, public administration and beyond. It is also an excellent pre-professional field for students considering law and advanced business degrees, as well as management and political office position. If you’re looking for a versatile degree that can be applied to various industries and organizations this could be your future career path.

The students in this program have the opportunity to improve their persuasion abilities and sharpen their strategic thinking skills. The primary areas of communication – written, oral, interpersonal and group – are thoroughly explored. Students are also expected to practice their public speaking and presentational skills. Does this describe you?

Career Opportunities

Graduates of the Communications program can find careers in a variety of positions, such as a business executive, human relations manager, public relations manager, marketing executive, advertising executive, media planner, management, web content manager, paralegal and teacher. Learn more about some of these below or check out the Bureau of Labor Statistics.

What degree or certificate can I earn?

What style of classes are offered in the Communication program?

Courses are offered in seated and online dlivery modes.

Meet our Communications faculty

Our Communications faculty are happy to answer any questions you have about the program.

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